The Guttuso museum, located in the villa Cattolica, is in Bagheria.
Built on three floors, it was inaugurated in 1973 and hosts the Renato Guttuso works donated by the master to his hometown.
In addition to the artwors of Guttuso, representing over forty years of activity, it also hosts works by 20th-century artists such as Cagli, Mario Schifano, Mario Bardi, Onofrio Tomaselli, Silvestre Cuffaro, Domenico Quattrociocchi, Pina Calí, Vincenzo Gennaro and Giuseppe Pellitteri, Mimmo Pintacuda, Giuseppe Tornatore. Over the years other artwors have been accepted and exhibited in the museum. Since the 2000s the ground floor has been occupied by a theater workshop and two pictorial laboratories.
Guttuso’s works range from paintings to sculptures, from drawings to engravings and range from the works of the thirties to the last of the Bagherese artist.
Since 1990 in the garden of the villa, the remains of the swift painter have been preserved.
The Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9.00 a.m. to 06.00 p.m.
Ticket Cost € 6.00 at the museum.